Armin intercepted the hairball before it got caught in his bangs and has here infused it with... butterflies? I was hoping for unicorns, but I guess I will settle.
I get the sense that he's playing nice, making friendly by rounding out the font, hinting that this doesn't have to get too bloody, but simmering right underneath that facade is bubbling rage. Why else would you channel Jakob Nielsen, a well-known curmudgeon about interface design who goes to sleep at night cold and lonely, but at least his website is usable.
Armin is answering back: hello dear friend, here, let me teach you a few things.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Heather Armstrong.
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